Midlands Regional Alliance

Midlands Regional Alliance 2022/23

Hemington Hammers finish mid-table in Division One in the final season of the league.

Leicestershire & Rutland teams in the league this season

Division One

Castle Donington Reserves and Hemington Hammers.


WinnersRunners Up
Premier DivisionMickleover AthleticNewhall United
Division OneBakewell Town DevelopmentHilton Harriers

Before the start of the season the following teams moved to the league:

From the Central Midlands League

Hilton Harriers.

From the Hope Valley Amateur League


Baobab United, Hemington Hammers and Sandiacre Town Development also joined the league.

The Mel Williams Premier Division

1Mickleover Athletic20172170214953
2Newhall UnitedM20144264273746
3Bargate Rovers2011454537837
5Shirebrook Rangers208392830-227
6Melbourne Dynamo Reserves208394650-427
7Baobab United2063114660-1421
8Sleetmoor United2055103550-1520
9Punjab United2055102643-1720
10Burton United2062123755-1820
11Sandiacre Town DevelopmentM2021172051-317
  • Derby United and FC Sunnyhill resigned from the league during the season.

Drayton PACS Division One

1Bakewell Town Development26185380305059
2Hilton Harriers26183579403957
3Inter Belper26174556173955
4Willington FC United (2)26164686563054
5Cromford & Wirksworth Town Reserves26145752401247
6Hemington Hammers26105115951835
7Aston Village2696114359-1633
8Wirksworth Ivanhoe Reserves2686125359-630
10Newhall United Reserves2683155064-1427
11Little Eaton Reserves2676135574-1927
12Castle Donington Reserves2656153573-3821
14Ashover (-1)2656155290-3820

This was the final season for the Midlands Regional Alliance. After this season the league and it’s teams were absorbed by the Central Midlands League into the newly named Central Midlands Alliance.

The following teams did not join the Central Midlands Alliance:

To the Nottinghamshire Senior League

Sandiacre Town Development.

To the Staffordshire County Senior League

Newhall United.

Willington also left the league after this season.